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03154: Lorelei, Dryad - Microbust

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Microbust for the Jab/Feb 2017 painting challenge.  Had a lot of fun with this.  I think the pose lends itself very well to the microbust concept.  Since I chopped off her legs, the bigger challenge was how to base.  Decided to just keep it on the cork holder.

 

I was inspired by the studio paint job.  I hope I did it justice.

 

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